Library Link of the Day

January 2010

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  1. How E-Books Will Change Reading And Writing [Morning Edition]
  2. Digital piracy hits the e-book industry [CNN]
  3. States Closing The Book On Public Libraries [myFOX Los Angeles]
  4. New and Creative Leniency for Overdue Library Books [The New York Times]
  5. The Geek Freaks [Slate]
  6. Hi-Tech Taliban [Evergreen Review]
  7. e-Books: Averting a Digital Horror Story [BusinessWeek]
  8. E-Reader Boom Kindles a Variety of New Options [ABC News]
  9. A Library At The End Of The World [Book Patrol]
  10. The Advance of Computing From the Ground to the Cloud [Computers in Libraries]
  11. Google's Goal: Digitize Every Book Ever Printed [PBS NewsHour]
  12. Bringing Color to E-Readers [Technology Review]
  13. What Could Have Been Entering the Public Domain on January 1, 2010? [Public Domain Day]
  14. Google 'may pull out of China after Gmail cyber attack' [BBC News]
  15. DOJ, schools settle over Kindle's blind access [CNET]
  16. The Death of the Slush Pile [The Wall Street Journal]
  17. New survey shows U.S. public libraries in financial jeopardy [ALA]
  18. The Latest in Rental Properties: Textbooks [ABC News]
  19. Where kids live can affect reading skills, study shows [The Vancouver Sun]
  20. Is it really doomsday for books? Not while English casts its spell [Guardian]
  21. New York Times to spend 2010 erecting a partial paywall [Ars Technica]
  22. Apple Courts Publishers, While Kindle Adds Apps [The New York Times]
  23. EBSCO’s Exclusive Deal for Consumer Magazines Provokes Gale Statement, EBSCO Response [Library Journal]
  24. Graphic Novel Workshops for Teens [GraphicNovelReporter]
  25. Publishers Ask File-Sharing Sites to Help Stop Book Piracy [The Chronicle of Higher Education]
  26. 'Oral sex' definition prompts dictionary ban in US schools [Guardian]
  27. James Patterson Inc. [The New York Times]
  28. Apple introduces the iPad [ZDNet]
  29. Review: E-Readers Point in New Directions [The New York Times]
  30. Print media hail iPad's potential [CNN]
  31. Largest book in the world goes on show for the first time [Guardian]

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